Wednesday, July 2, 2008

C'elle Stem Cell Innovation for Women

There is a new stem cell research going on called C'elle Stem Cell Innovation for Women.

Recent research has shown that the uterine lining or endometrium, is a rich source of adult stem cells. A new and revolutionary stem cell service called C'elle allows women to harvest vital stem cells from their body's menstrual fluid during the menstrual cycle.

Scientists are hoping in the future that this will lead to stem cell therapies to possibly treat such diseases as diabetes; stroke and heart disease. They are also looking into it helping in anti-aging (wouldn't we all love that); burn and wound healing.
We as women can now invest in future potential healthcare by ordering an affordable kit today.

Check out the kit today and see if you are interested in this great opportunity:

I feel that this is vital information that every women should have access to. If medical science and technology could not keep up with the mutation of cells that cause us to be sick, then we have to take things into our own hands and be proactive in our health.

Collecting menstrual blood and isolating and preserving stem cells from it is what all women can do, MUST do.

This may be a sore subject with a lot of people, but if you go to the web site you can read all the facts before you decide if this is something that you want to do or not.

This post sponsored by C'elle Stem Cell Innovation for Women.


Jerry said...

Wow. There are a number of sources for stem cells in the human body, but I had not considered menses as one of them! The one I have seen which leads to very promising preliminary results uses olfactory cells from the turbinates (sinus area), but it would seem even easier to glean them from a renewable resource like menstrual blood. Now, would insurance reimburse for this?

Debbi said...

Probably not..